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Guide to environmental due diligence

Brian J. Stammer

Guide to environmental due diligence

How to protect yourself and your compagny from environmental liability

by Brian J. Stammer

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Published by Enviroguide Publications in Montréal, P.Q .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Environmental law -- Canada.,
  • Liability for environmental damages -- Canada.,
  • Responsabilité pour dommages à l"environnement -- Canada.,
  • Entreprises -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesEnvironmental due diligence.
    StatementBrian J. Stammer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF3775 .S824 1994 ENV PORTOR
    The Physical Object
    Pagination113 p. ;
    Number of Pages113
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19623736M
    ISBN 100969807600
    OCLC/WorldCa33830464

      Environmental due diligence checks a company for compliance with national and international environmental The merger integration due diligence procedure examines all aspects that have an influence The U.S Commodity Futures Trading Commission also has a guide to avoiding fraud as well as more information on a range of due-diligence 5/5(2). Integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) due diligence into deals: How KPMG can help In today’s merger and acquisition (M&A) market, ESG due diligence can seal the deal or break it. This brochure explains how KPMG member firms can help your company identify ESG risks and opportunities as part of the deal process.

      As a follow-up to the article that appeared in our February Global Automotive Newsletter, "Purchaser’s Guide for Conducting Environmental Due Diligence," this Seller’s Guide .   The following due diligence checklist is useful as a general list of items to investigate as part of an acquisition analysis, though the full range of questions will probably not be needed. Some questions may need to be added for an industry-specific acquisition, while far fewer will be needed for an asset acquisition.. Target Company Overview.

    Due diligence documents are the research and analysis of a company or organization done in preparation for a business transaction (such as a corporate merger or purchase of securities). Learn about the standard due diligence documents that companies need to gather in order to sell a business. ISBN: © Price: $ Book Size: " x 11", pages Category/Subject: SCIENCE / Earth Sciences / General This is a resource for professionals on all sides of Environmental Due Diligence. It’s practical handbook with examples to assist in gaining knowledge and skills needed to perform/review an assessment.


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